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Feb 16, 2013 5:30am EST
. >> all right. you guys stick around, because we need you a lot more in this show. we use our smartphones for a lot of our small business needs but is your information safe. here now are five ways to protect yourself from cyber attacks. k one, set a password. this will make your phone more difficult to access if your phone is ever lost or stolen. two, look at your phone bill. be on the lookout for strarj behavior. number three, download from trusted sources. make sure the app is coming from a legitimate provider and compare the app's sponsor's official website with the app store link. four, understand permissions before accepting them. be careful about granting access to personal information on your phone. make sure to check the privacy settings for each app before installing it. and number five, wipe data on your old phone before you donate, resell, or recycle it. completely erase everything and reset it to its initial factory settings. >>> on april 5th, 2012, president obama opened up a whole new source of funding for small businesses when he signed the jobs act. in it was a provision t
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